Stephen Marley (Acoustic): Live at the Belly Up

Stephen Marley (Acoustic)- Live at the Belly Up

The 8-time Grammy award-winning musician & producer has carved his own special place in the legacy of Bob Marley!

Genre: Reggae/Singer-Songwriter
Tickets:$38 Advanced / $40 Day of Show / $66 Reserved
Doors/Show: 7:00/8:00pm
Ages: 21+

Stephen Marley
Stephen Marley
Dj & Producer
Goa Trance
Personal Ticket
$68-$163
$68-$163

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Genre: reggae

Ticket Price: $38 advanced / $40 day of show / $66 reserved loft seating (loft seating is available over the phone or in person at our box office) / $163 Meet & Greet Package (available online / will call only) / $125 Meet & Greet Upgrade - does not include a ticket to the show and must be purchased to attend

$163 Stephen Marley Meet & Greet Package includes:
One (1) general admission ticket
One (1) entry to the private reception post show
Selected songs from an exclusive, not-yet-for-sale new acoustic EP
A limited edition Acoustic Tour poster
A commemorative photo with Mr. Marley

$125 Stephen Marley Meet & Greet Upgrade includes: DOES NOT INCLUDE A TICKET TO THE SHOW.
One (1) entry to the private reception post show
Selected songs from an exclusive, not-yet-for-sale new acoustic EP
A limited edition Acoustic Tour poster
A commemorative photo with Mr. Marley
*must have a ticket to the concert purchased separately

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2 Comments
  1. Valentina Engeli
    Valentina Engeli

    ❤️????

  2. Julie Zaburof
    Julie Zaburof

    love him!!!

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Event Details
  • Start Date
    March 14, 2019 20:00
  • End Date
    January 14, 2019 23:00
  • Status
    Expired
  • Location
  • Organizer
  • Address
    143 S Cedros Ave Ste T, Solana Beach, California 92075
  • Phone
    +1 858-481-8140
  • Remaining Tickets
    199 Tickets
  • Attendees
    141 Attendees
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